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AN ENAMELLED CLEAR GLASS MOSQUE LAMP  20TH CENTURY  Of typical Mamluk form with sloping rounded body and flaring mouth on spreading trumpet foot, six simple loop handles around the body, the surface enamelled in various colours with a band of Iznik style carnation floral sprays, the neck with a band of white stylised naskh calligraphy interrupted by cusped carnation spray cartouches, the foot with a band of scrolling flowering vine, minor meandering bands  11in. (28cm.) high

AN ENAMELLED CLEAR GLASS MOSQUE LAMP 20TH CENTURY Of typical Mamluk form with sloping rounded body and flaring mouth on spreading trumpet foot, six simple loop handles around the body, the surface enamelled in various colours with a band of Iznik style carnation floral sprays, the neck with a band of white stylised naskh calligraphy interrupted by cusped carnation spray cartouches, the foot with a band of scrolling flowering vine, minor meandering bands 11in. (28cm.) high

R. LALIQUE CLEAR AND FROSTED GLASS SIX TETES  CARAFE WITH GREY PATINA  Circa 1914  Molded: LALIQUE  13-3/8 inches high (33.8 cm)

R. LALIQUE CLEAR AND FROSTED GLASS SIX TETES CARAFE WITH GREY PATINA Circa 1914 Molded: LALIQUE 13-3/8 inches high (33.8 cm)

A GILT AND ENAMELLED AMBER GLASS MOSQUE LAMP  FRANCE OR AUSTRIA, 19TH CENTURY  Of typical form with six applied glass handles, the foot and body decorated with a repeating frieze of blue, grey and red carnations issuing from green vine, the flaring neck with pseudo-calligraphy punctuated with three cusped cartouches with similar floral sprays, later suspension chains attached to handles

A GILT AND ENAMELLED AMBER GLASS MOSQUE LAMP FRANCE OR AUSTRIA, 19TH CENTURY Of typical form with six applied glass handles, the foot and body decorated with a repeating frieze of blue, grey and red carnations issuing from green vine, the flaring neck with pseudo-calligraphy punctuated with three cusped cartouches with similar floral sprays, later suspension chains attached to handles

Beaker  late 13th century  Mamluk period  Glass  H: 29.5 W: 17.2 D: 17.2 cm  Syria

Beaker late 13th century Mamluk period Glass H: 29.5 W: 17.2 D: 17.2 cm Syria

An Islamic rock crystal ewer, or jug, from Egypt (1000-1050 AD) Now in the V&A museum. They carved these out until they were just a few millimeters thick.

An Islamic rock crystal ewer, or jug, from Egypt (1000-1050 AD) Now in the V&A museum. They carved these out until they were just a few millimeters thick.

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